Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 30, 2000
Linux.com: Quake3 Server How-to (Jan 30, 2000, 16:42)
"A Quake 3 server is a virtual location for Quake 3 players from
all over the network (in most cases, the Internet) to connect to
and frag each other."
Advogato.org: The Thrill of OpenSource Programming (Jan 30, 2000, 16:22)
"I started work on this project around the beginning of
December. I write this editorial because I was told by one person
"I still don't understand why people code things and give them away
for free". Another reason why I write this, is to remind people of
the "fun" of programming."
CRN: Linux Technology Making Headway Into Government (Jan 30, 2000, 15:56)
"Our business is to make it easy for our customers to buy
technology products. So as our customers have started to demand
Linux, we wanted to build a portfolio of solution sets for them
that facilitated that."
InfoWorld: Latest Domino release shines (Jan 30, 2000, 15:29)
"Domino R5 needs better installation instruction, but it is
quick to configure, deploy, and learn. With great scalability,
fail-over transactional integrity, and improved Internet protocol
support, Domino R5 is a solid groupware solution."
InfoWorld: OpenLinux eServer not yet a contender (Jan 30, 2000, 15:17)
"Attracting Linux converts in the corporate world is a tricky
business. While Linux die-hards want all the free software and
options they can get, corporate IT managers demand reliable servers
that require minimal effort to install and manage."
LinuxPR: Linux Will Be...at 'LinuxWorld' with The EnlightenDSM Systems Management Solution (Jan 30, 2000, 15:04)
"Enlighten Software Solutions shows the world's first
multi-platform management solution for the open-source Linux
operating environment and the first cross-platform management for
Linux to include Unix and Windows."
InfoWorld: Larry Augustin: VA Linux Systems' president and CEO examines the...Linux market... (Jan 30, 2000, 15:00)
"VA Linux Systems has distinguished itself from other Linux
providers by offering complete systems and systems integration. But
now, in an increasingly crowded Linux marketplace, VA Linux faces
the challenge of competing with the likes of IBM and Compaq."